Pulse is now recruiting for a band 6 physiotherapist to join and well-established NHS trust, located in Lincolnshire. The successful candidate will need to hold a full licence and have access to own vehicle, as this is a community based role. You will also need experience in both rehabilitation and stroke as the role will be split between the two.
The ideal candidate will be available to start as soon as possible and able to work full time hours. You will be a self-motivated team player with a well-rounded clinical background and experience of lone working.
Duties within this role will include:
• Devising, implementing and revising relevant treatment programmes
• Advising carers on implementing treatment programmes and training other professionals in therapy delivery
• Monitoring and evaluating clients' progress
• Educate patients and their carers about how to prevent and/or improve conditions
• Be legally responsible and accountable
• Working with patients on plans after discharging
To be considered for this role you must:
• Be HCPC registered
• Hold the relevant degree/qualifications
• Have previous experience in both stroke and rehabilitation physiotherapy
In return, Pulse can offer you:
• Free training
• Support and advice from our team of friendly and dedicated consultants
• SRE team of trained phlebotomists
• Variety of work opportunities in the NHS and private sector (which are not affected by IR35)
• Assistance with travel and accommodation
• Free training – we also offer 1:1 mandatory training where we can come to you
• £300 Recommend a Friend bonus scheme*
• Daily payroll
*Terms and conditions apply
Please contact our team for more information, or fill out the below form to apply.
Recommend a friend to Pulse and you can earn a £300 cash bonus per recommendation, once they have worked over 200 hours*.
Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.